Refugium Lighting Solved

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  1. daveH

    daveH Team Leader

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    With the extra width of the new sump I needed 2 par 38 lights but it was impossible to find a double headed gooseneck so I got two holders and attached them to the bottom of my drawer. Put some extenders on the holders to get them nice and close to the chaeto. They also have an elbow so that it makes it easy to change bulbs or bend them out the road to do some work.
    Wired straight into the drawer so there are no cables hanging around. They clear the sump nicely when the drawer is opened.

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  2. Andrew B

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    They look like a good solution, may i ask where you got them from?
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    Lawerence & Hanson Electrical - they have rubber grommet where the bulb screws in that stops moisture from getting in also.
    I just extended them with some garden fittings from Bunnings.
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  4. Sam Parker

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    Tidy! love your work!
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